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Small mammals of Sangay National Park, Chimborazo Province and Morona Santiago Province, Ecuador /
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Small mammals of Sangay National Park, Chimborazo Province and Morona Santiago Province, Ecuador /

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Series: Occasional papers / the Museum, Texas Tech University, no. 305.

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Lubbock, TX :Museum of Texas Tech Universit2011.

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Ecuador , Mammals , Morona-Santiago , Parque Nacional Sangay

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Small mammals of Sangay National Park, Chimborazo Province and Morona Santiago Province, Ecuador /

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Series: Occasional papers / the Museum, Texas Tech University, no. 305.

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Lee, Thomas Emmett, Jr., 1959-

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Book

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Lubbock, TX :Museum of Texas Tech Universit2011.

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Title from cover.

In 2010 a mammal survey was conducted in an ecotone region (including p’ramo and temperate forest) on the eastern slope of the Andes in Sangay National Park, Ecuador. Sherman traps, Tomahawk traps, pitfall traps, and mist nets were used to collect mammal specimens at two sites (3,400 m elevation and 2,962 m elevation). A total of 169 specimens representing 14 species were collected from the survey area. The species collected include: Caenolestes caniventer, Cryptotis montivaga, Akodon mollis, Microryzomys altissimus, M. minutus, Thomasomys praetor, T. baeops, T. cinnameus, T. paramorum, T. silvestris, Sturnira bidens, S. erythromos, Micronycteris megalotis, and Myotis keaysi. One additional species (Mazama rufina) was recorded photographically. In addition, a new national record of a parasitic beetle (Amblyopinus colombiae) was discovered on a specimen of T. praetor.

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Ecuador , Mammals , Morona-Santiago , Parque Nacional Sangay

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QL725.E2 S63 2011

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note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/157268 --- Title from cover. --- In 2010 a mammal survey was conducted in an ecotone region (including p’ramo and temperate forest) on the eastern slope of the Andes in Sangay National Park, Ecuador. Sherman traps, Tomahawk traps, pitfall traps, and mist nets were used to collect mammal specimens at two sites (3,400 m elevation and 2,962 m elevation). A total of 169 specimens representing 14 species were collected from the survey area. The species collected include: Caenolestes caniventer, Cryptotis montivaga, Akodon mollis, Microryzomys altissimus, M. minutus, Thomasomys praetor, T. baeops, T. cinnameus, T. paramorum, T. silvestris, Sturnira bidens, S. erythromos, Micronycteris megalotis, and Myotis keaysi. One additional species (Mazama rufina) was recorded photographically. In addition, a new national record of a parasitic beetle (Amblyopinus colombiae) was discovered on a specimen of T. praetor.},
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TI - Small mammals of Sangay National Park, Chimborazo Province and Morona Santiago Province, Ecuador /
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